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Property Crimes

Pittsburgh Property Crime Attorney

Have You Been Charged with a Property Related Criminal Offense in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania?

As a Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Lawyer, Attorney Frank Walker knows that property offenses can also relate to many other crimes such as college students engaging in underage drinking, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and causing damage to a vehicle charge on the street: thus necessitating a charge for criminal mischief.

In most Property Offenses, there is no force or threat against a victim, just the taking or destruction of money or property. For Example, some type of Property Crimes charges in Pittsburgh can include:

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  • Burglary

  • Shoplifting and retail theft

  • Theft by fraud

  • Defiant trespass

  • Arson

  • Criminal trespass

  • Vandalism or defacing property

  • Criminal mischief

  • Risking a catastrophe by having an unattended bonfire

  • Tampering with fire apparatus or unauthorized use of hydrants

Some property crimes can be charged as misdemeanors while others are charged as felonies. Property crimes carry a wide variety of sentences, and have numerous mitigating and aggravating circumstances that can impact sentencing as well. Whether your property offense is considered to be a felony or misdemeanor, you will need a knowledgeable Pittsburgh Property crimes attorney to provide you with legal representation throughout the life of your case.

It is important that you contact a criminal defense attorney early in your case so that potential problems and obstacles might be handled before they become bigger issues. Additionally, an experienced property crimes attorney can point out how a conviction for a property crime can potentially impact future opportunities like handgun ownership, employment prospects, and educational prospects for College Students.

If you have been charged with committing a property crime in Allegheny County, Westmoreland County, Pittsburgh, Oakland or Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, you need to hire a criminal defense attorney who will protect your rights and help you navigate the possible alternative resolutions to your case, such as ARD or Phoenix Court programs.

Contact Pittsburgh Property Crimes Attorney Frank Walker to schedule your appointment for a review of your case. It is important to contact Attorney Walker today at (412) 212-3878. Certain defenses must be filed within a very short period of time or are forever barred, so you can't afford to wait until you appear in court to learn about your rights and options.

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